This research proposal needs to be 1500 words but the sources got to match my previous assessment of the literature review which I listed below
Research Proposal A research proposal consists of three sections:
1. Discussion of the research question
2. Literature review
3. Proposal for a research methodology You have already completed the literature review, so in this assessment, your task is to complete steps 1 & 3.
The literature review does not need to be submitted again. You may already have a well-developed research question from the literature review assessment, but you may need to refine your topic into something that is manageable as a research project.
IMPORTANT: You are not being asked to conduct the research, only to propose and design it.
Research Proposal Template
• Title of the project: (one sentence)
• Research question or hypothesis: (one sentence)
• Dependent/independent variables (if relevant) (one sentence) Research question: (750 words) – Suggested discussion points • What are you trying to find out?
• Is this a how who, what, where question?
• Why is this research important? Why should someone give you funding to do this?
• You can draw from your literature review here, but you cannot repeat content from the last assessment. Discussion of a research method (750 words) – Suggested discussion points • Describe your methodology o Qual, quant or mixed methods? o Sample size? o Method for recruiting of participants? o Is the study intended to be representative? o What is the timeframe?
• Why, in the context of the question you are trying to answer, is this the best method?
• Use references to books and articles to justify your methods Reference list (on a new page)
Adger, W. N., Huq, S., Brown, K., Conway, D., & Hulme, M. (2003). Adaptation to climate change in the developing world. Progress in Development Studies, 3(3), 179–195. https://doi.org/10.1191/1464993403ps060oa
Assessing the Impacts of Climate Change. (2009). OECD Economics Department Working Papers. [online] Available at <https://doi.org/10.1787/18151973> (Accessed 18th September 2020).
Beck, U 2010, ‘Climate for Change, or How to Create a Green Modernity?’, Theory, Culture & Society, vol. 27, no. 2–3, pp. 254–266.
Brew-Hammond, 2010, ‘Energy access in Africa: Challenges ahead’, Energy Policy, vol. 38, no. 5, pp. 2291–2301.
Grundmann, R. and Stehr, N. (2010). Climate Change: What Role for Sociology? Current Sociology, 58(6), pp.897–910.
Hopkins, D. (2013). Learning about Climate: An Exploration of the Socialization of Climate Change. Weather, Climate, and Society, 5(4), pp.381–393.
IPCC Special Report on Renewable Energy Sources and Climate Change Mitigation Summary for Policymakers 2011, viewed 27 September 2020, <https://www.uncclearn.org/wp-content/uploads/library/ipcc15.pdf>.
Jamieson, L. (2019). Sociologies of Personal Relationships and the Challenge of Climate Change. Sociology, 54(2), pp.219–236.
Lucas, A. (2012). The role of beyond zero emissions in the Australian climate debate The role of beyond zero emissions in the Australian climate debate. https://ro.uow.edu.au/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=2552&context=artspapers
N.G.C.C. (n.d.). Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation. [online] Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet. Available at: https://climate.nasa.gov/solutions/adaptation-mitigation/#:~:text=Mitigation%20%E2%80%93%20reducing%20climate%20change%20%E2%80%93%20involves. (access on the 28th September)
Nunez, C. (2017). Sea Level Rise. [online] Nationalgeographic.com. (accessed on the 17th September 2020) Available at: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/environment/global-warming/sea-level-rise/.
Owusu, P.A. and Asumadu-Sarkodie, S. (2016). A review of renewable energy sources, sustainability issues and climate change mitigation. Cogent Engineering, 3(1).
Staff Writers (2018). The Top 15 Climate-Change Scientists: Consensus & Skeptics. [online] TheBestSchools.org. Available at: https://thebestschools.org/features/top-climate-change-scientists/.
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